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Psalm 134
134:1 A song of ascents. Attention! Praise the Lord, all you servants of the Lord, who serve in the Lord’s temple during the night. 134:2 Lift your hands toward the sanctuary and praise the Lord! 134:3 May the Lord, the Creator of heaven and earth, bless you from Zion!
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Nama Orang dan Nama Tempat:
 · Zion one of the hills on which Jerusalem was built; the temple area; the city of Jerusalem; God's people,a town and citidel; an ancient part of Jerusalem


Topik/Tema Kamus: Psalms | Church | Praise | Wicked | Hallel | Prayer | Intercession | Night | selebihnya
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Wesley , JFB , Clarke , Calvin , Defender , TSK

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Poole , Haydock , Gill

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NET Notes , Geneva Bible

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Maclaren , MHCC , Matthew Henry , Keil-Delitzsch , Constable

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Wesley: Psa 134:1 - Servant Peculiarly so called, priests and Levites.

Peculiarly so called, priests and Levites.

Wesley: Psa 134:1 - Night Not only by day, but also by night, when their watch was more necessary.

Not only by day, but also by night, when their watch was more necessary.

Wesley: Psa 134:1 - Stand Serve or minister.

Serve or minister.

Wesley: Psa 134:3 - Thee Thee whosoever thou art who dost faithfully perform the duty here commanded.

Thee whosoever thou art who dost faithfully perform the duty here commanded.

JFB: Psa 134:2 - -- 1-2. The pilgrim bands arriving at the sanctuary call on the priests, who (Psa 134:1-3)

1-2. The pilgrim bands arriving at the sanctuary call on the priests, who (Psa 134:1-3)

JFB: Psa 134:2 - Lift up your hands (Compare Psa 28:2).

(Compare Psa 28:2).

JFB: Psa 134:3 - -- After the manner directed (Num 6:23).

After the manner directed (Num 6:23).

JFB: Psa 134:3 - out of Zion The Church, as His residence, and thus seat of blessings. Thus close the songs of degrees.

The Church, as His residence, and thus seat of blessings. Thus close the songs of degrees.

Clarke: Psa 134:1 - Behold, bless ye the Lord Behold, bless ye the Lord - I believe הנה hinneh should be taken here in the sense of take heed! Be upon your guard; you serve a jealous God; ...

Behold, bless ye the Lord - I believe הנה hinneh should be taken here in the sense of take heed! Be upon your guard; you serve a jealous God; provoke him not

Clarke: Psa 134:1 - Which by night stand Which by night stand - Who minister during the night.

Which by night stand - Who minister during the night.

Clarke: Psa 134:2 - Lift up your hands in the sanctuary Lift up your hands in the sanctuary - קדש kodesh , "in holiness:"or, as the Syriac, lekoudishe , "to holiness;"in sancta, Vulgate; and εις ...

Lift up your hands in the sanctuary - קדש kodesh , "in holiness:"or, as the Syriac, lekoudishe , "to holiness;"in sancta, Vulgate; and εις τα ἁγια, Septuagint; "in holy things; or, as the Aethiopic, in the house of the sanctuary."The expression seems very similar to that of St. Paul, 1Ti 2:8 : "Lifting up holy hands, without wrath and doubting.

Clarke: Psa 134:2 - Bless the Lord Bless the Lord - That is, speak good of his name: tell the wonders he has wrought, and show that his name is exalted.

Bless the Lord - That is, speak good of his name: tell the wonders he has wrought, and show that his name is exalted.

Clarke: Psa 134:3 - The Lord that made heaven and earth The Lord that made heaven and earth - Who governs and possesses all things; and who can give you every spiritual and earthly blessing

The Lord that made heaven and earth - Who governs and possesses all things; and who can give you every spiritual and earthly blessing

Clarke: Psa 134:3 - Bless thee out of Zion Bless thee out of Zion - As if they had said, "We will attend to your orders; go in peace, and may God shower down his blessings upon you!"The bless...

Bless thee out of Zion - As if they had said, "We will attend to your orders; go in peace, and may God shower down his blessings upon you!"The blessing pronounced by the priests was the following: "The Lord bless thee and keep thee! The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and he gracious unto thee! The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace!"Num 6:24-26

Calvin: Psa 134:1 - Behold! bless ye Jehovah 1.Behold! bless ye Jehovah Some interpreters think, that others besides the Levites are here intended, and it must be granted, at least, that some of...

1.Behold! bless ye Jehovah Some interpreters think, that others besides the Levites are here intended, and it must be granted, at least, that some of the more zealous of the people remained over night in the Temple, as we read (Luk 2:37) of Anna, a widow, “who served God constantly with prayers night and day.” 150 But it is evident, from the close of the Psalm, that the inspired penman addresses priests only, since he prescribes the form of benediction which they were to offer up for the people, and this was a duty belonging exclusively to the Priests. It would appear then, that the Levites are here called servants of God, from the functions they discharged, being specially appointed, and that by turns, to watch by night in the Temple, as we read in the inspired history. 151 (Lev 8:35.) The Psalm begins with the demonstrative adverb Behold! setting the matter of their duty before their eyes, for they were to be stimulated to devotion by looking constantly to the Temple. We are to notice the Psalmist’s design in urging the duty of praise so earnestly upon them. Many of the Levites, through the tendency which there is in all men to abuse ceremonies, considered that nothing more was necessary than standing idly in the Temple, and thus overlooked the principal part of their duty. The Psalmist would show that merely to keep nightly watch over the Temple, kindle the lamps, and superintend the sacrifices, was of no importance, unless they served God spiritually, and referred all outward ceremonies to that which must be considered the main sacrifice ­ the celebration of God’s praises. You may think it a very laborious service, as if he had said, to stand at watch in the Temple, while others sleep in their own houses; but the worship which God requires is something more excellent than this, and demands of you to sing his praises before all the people. In the second verse he reminds them in addition, of the form observed in calling upon the name of the Lord. For why do men lift their hands when they pray? Is it not that their hearts may be raised at the same time to God? 152 It is thus that the Psalmist takes occasion to reprehend their carelessness in either standing idle in the Temple, or trifling and indulging in vain conversation, and thus failing to worship God in a proper manner.

Calvin: Psa 134:3 - Jehovah bless thee out of Zion! 3.Jehovah bless thee out of Zion! We have conclusive proof in my opinion from this verse that the Psalm is to be considered as referring to the pries...

3.Jehovah bless thee out of Zion! We have conclusive proof in my opinion from this verse that the Psalm is to be considered as referring to the priests and Levites only, for to them it properly belonged under the law to bless the people. (Num 6:23.) The Psalmist had first told them to bless God; now he tells them to bless the people in his name. Not that God meant by any such injunction that the people might themselves indulge in a life of carnal security ­ an opinion prevalent among the Papists, who think that if the monks chant in the temples, this is all the worship necessary on the part of the whole body of the people. What God intended was, that the priests should lead the way in divine service, and the people take example by what was done in the temple, and practice it individually in their private houses. The duty of blessing the people was enjoined upon the priests, as representing Christ’s person. Express mention is intentionally made of two things, which are in themselves distinct, when the God who blessed them out of Zion is said to be also the Creator of heaven and earth. Mention is made of his title as Creator to set forth his power, and convince believers there is nothing that may not be hoped from God. For what is the world but a mirror in which we see his boundless power? And those must be senseless persons indeed, that are not satisfied with the favor of Him who is recognized by them as having all dominion and all riches in his hand. Since many, however, are apt, when they hear God spoken of as Creator, to conceive of him as standing at a distance from them, and doubt their access to him, the Psalmist makes mention also of that which was a symbol of God’s nearness to his people ­ and this that they might be encouraged to approach him with the freedom and unrestrained confidence of persons who are invited to come to the bosom of a Father. By looking to the heavens, then, they were to discover the power of God ­ by looking to Zion, his dwelling­place, they were to recognize his fatherly love.

Defender: Psa 134:3 - made heaven and earth It is noteworthy that the "Songs of Degrees" end with a vision of the Creator, who made the universe, reigning over it from Jerusalem."

It is noteworthy that the "Songs of Degrees" end with a vision of the Creator, who made the universe, reigning over it from Jerusalem."

TSK: Psa 134:1 - bless ye // which by night bless ye : Psa 103:21, Psa 135:1, Psa 135:2, Psa 135:19-21; 1Ch 23:30-32; Rev 19:5 which by night : Psa 130:6; Lev 8:35; 1Ch 9:23, 1Ch 9:33; Luk 2:37;...

TSK: Psa 134:2 - Lift up // in the sanctuary Lift up : Psa 28:2, Psa 63:4, Psa 141:2; Lam 2:19, Lam 3:41 in the sanctuary : or, in holiness, Psa 26:6; 1Ti 2:8

Lift up : Psa 28:2, Psa 63:4, Psa 141:2; Lam 2:19, Lam 3:41

in the sanctuary : or, in holiness, Psa 26:6; 1Ti 2:8

TSK: Psa 134:3 - Lord // bless thee Lord : Psa 124:8, Psa 146:5, Psa 146:6 bless thee : Psa 14:7, Psa 20:2, Psa 110:2, Psa 128:5, Psa 135:21; Rom 11:26

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Poole: Psa 134:2 - -- Lift up your hands unto God in prayer and praises, thus expressing and exciting your inward devotion. In the sanctuary; in that holy house of God Wh...

Lift up your hands unto God in prayer and praises, thus expressing and exciting your inward devotion. In the sanctuary; in that holy house of God Where you stand, Psa 134:1 . Or, in or with holiness, lift up your hands, as it is prescribed, 1Ti 2:8 . Do not content yourselves with lifting up your hands, but see that this be done with pure and holy hearts.

Poole: Psa 134:3 - Thee // Out of Zion Thee either, 1. Thee, whosoever thou art, who dost faithfully perform the duty here commanded. Or, 2. Thee, O king, or priest, who dost engage and ...

Thee either,

1. Thee, whosoever thou art, who dost faithfully perform the duty here commanded. Or,

2. Thee, O king, or priest, who dost engage and encourage us in this blessed work.

Out of Zion where God dwells, and from whence he heareth the prayers of his people, and giveth them the blessings which they desire and need.

Haydock: Psa 134:1 - Sweet An exhortation to praise God: the vanity of idols. Sweet. Occupation, and very useful, Psalm cxlvi. 1. (Calmet)

An exhortation to praise God: the vanity of idols.

Sweet. Occupation, and very useful, Psalm cxlvi. 1. (Calmet)

Haydock: Psa 134:1 - Alleluia Alleluia. The psalm turns on God's praises, and might be composed by David, after he had settled the order of the Levites, though it may suit all pe...

Alleluia. The psalm turns on God's praises, and might be composed by David, after he had settled the order of the Levites, though it may suit all people. (Berthier) ---

The latter part agrees with Psalm xciii., and Jeremias x., which might lead us to conclude that it was composed after the captivity perhaps for the dedication of the second temple. The next psalm is a repetition of this, with the chorus interspersed. (Calmet)

Haydock: Psa 134:2 - Courts Courts. Both clergy and laity praise God for his favours and power. (Worthington)

Courts. Both clergy and laity praise God for his favours and power. (Worthington)

Gill: Psa 134:1 - Behold, bless ye the Lord, all ye servants of the Lord // which by night stand in the house of the Lord Behold, bless ye the Lord, all ye servants of the Lord,.... All men are of right the servants of God being his creatures; and are under obligation, t...

Behold, bless ye the Lord, all ye servants of the Lord,.... All men are of right the servants of God being his creatures; and are under obligation, through his providential goodness, to bless and praise him; though they are not all in fact so: but all good men are, being made so by the power of divine grace; which frees them from the servitude of sin, Satan, and the world, and makes them willing to serve the Lord; as they do in righteousness and holiness, with reverence and godly fear, heartily and willingly, and with great pleasure; and yet have no dependence on any service they perform: and as these are under the highest obligations to bless the Lord; the is, to ascribe greatness to him, to give him the glory of his works, and thanks for his mercies, temporal and spiritual; so they do in this way, and for those things, bless and praise him, to which they are here excited;

which by night stand in the house of the Lord: according to Kimchi, these were the wise and holy men, that rose from their beds in the night, and went to pray in the temple, and to praise the Lord; and such a holy person was Anna, Luk 2:37; according to R. Obadiah and Arama, they were such who continued in the chambers of the temple in the night season to study in the law and in the expositions of it: but it is generally interpreted of the priests and Levites, who watched in the temple by night, that it might not be profaned nor plundered; and they were obliged to stand, for none might sit in the temple but a king of the house of David d. The priests watched in three places, and the Levites in twenty one, according to the Jewish Misnah e. The Targum is,

"who stand in the watch house of the sanctuary of the Lord, and praise in the nights;''

which was one part of their service, 1Ch 9:33. Under the Gospel dispensation all the saints are priests, and they have a place in the house of the Lord; where they wait upon him in his ordinances, and serve him, and which they do continually. Some understand, by "nights", times of affliction, darkness, and desertion.

Gill: Psa 134:2 - Lift up your hands in the sanctuary // and bless the Lord Lift up your hands in the sanctuary,.... Which Aben Ezra interprets of the priests lifting up their hands to bless the people; but Kimchi, better, of...

Lift up your hands in the sanctuary,.... Which Aben Ezra interprets of the priests lifting up their hands to bless the people; but Kimchi, better, of lifting up of the hands to God in prayer; see Psa 141:2; which should be done "with holiness", as the Targum renders it, in a holy manner; and is the same with lifting up holy hands, 1Ti 2:8; or towards the holy place; the oracle in the holy of holies, and the ark of the covenant, typical of Christ; see 1Ki 8:29, Psa 28:2; so Kimchi; or rather, according to Arama, unto the holy name of God, to whom prayer is to be directed;

and bless the Lord; which is repeated, to show the importance of the work, that it might not be forgotten and neglected; this being a principal part of spiritual service, and greatly acceptable to God.

Gill: Psa 134:3 - The Lord, that made heaven and earth, bless thee out of Zion. The Lord, that made heaven and earth, bless thee out of Zion. These are not the words of the priests blessing the people in this form, as some; but ra...

The Lord, that made heaven and earth, bless thee out of Zion. These are not the words of the priests blessing the people in this form, as some; but rather, as others, the wish of the servants of the Lord, that he would bless him that exhorted them to this service; whether one of the priests, or the captain of the temple, or the psalmist: though, according to Kimchi, and which seems agreeable, they are the words of the psalmist, promising a blessing from the Lord to those that blessed him; as an encouragement to them, to everyone of them, to be constant and diligent in this service. For so it may be rendered, "the Lord shall bless thee" f; all blessings come from the Lord, whether spiritual or temporal; and are to be asked of him, and expected from him: and the blessings here promised or asked for are blessings out of Zion, the church, where God blesses his people with his word and ordinances, with his presence, and with communion with himself. Wherefore it is good to be there waiting on him and worshipping him, praying to him and praising of him; and he that made heaven and earth is able to bless both with heavenly and earthly things: and this description of the Lord is no doubt given to encourage faith in him; for, what is it he cannot do?

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NET Notes: Psa 134:1 Heb “stand.”

NET Notes: Psa 134:3 Heb “may the Lord bless you from Zion, the maker of heaven and earth.”

Geneva Bible: Psa 134:1 "A Song of degrees." Behold, bless ye the LORD, all [ye] ( a ) servants of the LORD, which by night stand in the house of the LORD. ( a ) You who are...

Geneva Bible: Psa 134:2 Lift up your ( b ) hands [in] the sanctuary, and bless the LORD. ( b ) For their charge was not only to keep the temple, but to pray there and to giv...

Geneva Bible: Psa 134:3 The LORD that ( c ) made heaven and earth bless thee out of Zion. ( c ) And therefore has all power, bless you with his fatherly love declared in Zio...

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Maclaren: Psa 134:1-3 - A Libation To Jehovah The Charge Of The Watchers In The Temple Behold, bless ye the Lord, all ye servants of the Lord, which by night stand in the House of the Lord. 2. Li...

MHCC: Psa 134:1-3 - --We must stir up ourselves to give glory to God, and encourage ourselves to hope for mercy and grace from him. It is an excellent plan to fill up all o...

Matthew Henry: Psa 134:1-3 - -- This psalm instructs us concerning a two-fold blessing: - I. Our blessing God, that is, speaking well of him, which here we are taught to do, Psa 1...

Keil-Delitzsch: Psa 134:1-2 - -- The Psalm begins, like its predecessor, with הנּה ; there is directs attention to an attractive phenomenon, here to a duty which springs from th...

Keil-Delitzsch: Psa 134:3 - -- Calling thus up to the Temple-hill, the church receives from above the benedictory counter-greeting: Jahve bless thee out of Zion (as in Psa 128:5),...

Constable: Psa 107:1--150:6 - --V. Book 5: chs. 107--150 There are 44 psalms in this section of the Psalter. David composed 15 of these (108-110...

Constable: Psa 134:1-3 - --Psalm 134 This pilgrim psalm called on the priests who served Him at the temple to praise God, and it ca...

Constable: Psa 134:1-2 - --1. A call for God's servants to praise Him 134:1-2 Priests were on duty 24 hours a day at the te...

Constable: Psa 134:3 - --2. A prayer that God would bless His servants 134:3 The pilgrim then asked God to bless these sp...

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JFB: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) The Hebrew title of this book is Tehilim ("praises" or "hymns"), for a leading feature in its contents is praise, though the word occurs in the title ...

JFB: Psalms (Garis Besar) ALEPH. (Psa 119:1-8). This celebrated Psalm has several peculiarities. It is divided into twenty-two parts or stanzas, denoted by the twenty-two let...

TSK: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) The Psalms have been the general song of the universal Church; and in their praise, all the Fathers have been unanimously eloquent. Men of all nation...

TSK: Psalms 134 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Overview Psa 134:1, An exhortation to bless God. Psa 120:1, Psa 121:1, Psa 122:1, Psa 123:1, Psa 124:1, Psa 125:1, Psa 126:1, Psa 127:1, Psa 128:...

Poole: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) OF PSALMS THE ARGUMENT The divine authority of this Book of PSALMS is so certain and evident, that it was never questioned in the church; which b...

Poole: Psalms 134 (Pendahuluan Pasal) THE ARGUMENT The form of this Psalm seems to be dramatical. In the two first verses the psalmist speaks in the name of some emminent person, either...

MHCC: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) David was the penman of most of the psalms, but some evidently were composed by other writers, and the writers of some are doubtful. But all were writ...

MHCC: Psalms 134 (Pendahuluan Pasal) An exhortation to bless the Lord.

Matthew Henry: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) An Exposition, with Practical Observations, of The Book of Psalms We have now before us one of the choicest and most excellent parts of all the Old Te...

Matthew Henry: Psalms 134 (Pendahuluan Pasal) This is the last of the fifteen songs of degrees; and, if they were at any time sung all together in the temple-service, it is fitly made the concl...

Constable: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) Introduction Title The title of this book in the Hebrew Bible is Tehillim, which means...

Constable: Psalms (Garis Besar) Outline I. Book 1: chs. 1-41 II. Book 2: chs. 42-72 III. Book 3: chs. 73...

Constable: Psalms Psalms Bibliography Allen, Ronald B. "Evidence from Psalm 89." In A Case for Premillennialism: A New Consensus,...

Haydock: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) THE BOOK OF PSALMS. INTRODUCTION. The Psalms are called by the Hebrew, Tehillim; that is, hymns of praise. The author, of a great part of ...

Gill: Psalms (Pendahuluan Kitab) INTRODUCTION TO PSALMS The title of this book may be rendered "the Book of Praises", or "Hymns"; the psalm which our Lord sung at the passover is c...

Gill: Psalms 134 (Pendahuluan Pasal) INTRODUCTION TO PSALM 134 A Song of degrees. This is the last of the psalms called "songs of degrees"; of which See Gill on Psa 120:1, title. It is...

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